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  • proper n. A surname of Irish origin, from Gaelic Ó Maonaigh.

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Examples

  • This week's Shopper includes a notice that Patricia Mooney is the new Clerk/Treasurer for the Village of Freeville.

    Living in Dryden: February 2004 Archives

  • And if we go into a cooling cycle anytime soon, Mooney is toast.

    An Ominous Story

  • Mooney, is not at all defending the institution of science, instead he's defending the likes of Michael Mann:

    An Ominous Story

  • The main character, Cal Mooney, is a person going nowhere fast in a dead-end job, until he comes into contact with this large rolled up carpet that is being moved from a house.

    “Weaveworld” by Clive Barker (Poseidon Press, 1987) « The BookBanter Blog

  • The Black Knights were driving when Collin Mooney fumbled and the Zips went 79 yards in three plays for an 9-0 lead.

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  • Army's triple-option offense flustered A&M all day, but the Aggies stopped Collin Mooney on a fourth-and-3 from the Army 47 with 3: 58 left.

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  • WEST POINT, N.Y. (AP) - With fullback Collin Mooney behind him, Army quarterback Chip Bowden doesn't worry much about passing.

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  • Collin Mooney led the Black Knights with 57 yards rushing on 17 carries.

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  • Collin Mooney led Army with 57 yards on 16 carries.

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  • The loss spoiled yet another solid outing for Collin Mooney, who finished with 172 yards rushing and two touchdowns.

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